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April 6, 2013 at 3:08 PM

Pac-12 players in PIT

When a chance to impress professional scouts is on the line, old college rivalries die quickly and new alliances easily are formed.

That’s a lesson Abdul Gaddy and Aziz N’Diaye will learn next week when they participate in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.

Here’s a look at the rosters of the eight teams and how the 64 players were dispersed among the eight-man squads.

— N’Diaye and Washington State’s Brock Motum are paired together on a team coached by former Sonic Ruben Patterson.

— Gaddy and Oregon Arsalan Kazemi will team together.

— Perhaps the team to beat is a squad led by former Washington star Eldridge Recasner. His team includes: Peyton Siva, the Louisville star and former Franklin High standout, Oregon’s Tony Woods, Kansas’ Travis Releford, Indiana’s Christian Watford and Syracuse’s James Southerland.

— Oregon’s E.J. Singler is teaming with former Washington player Elston Turner, who starred at Texas A&M.

— UCLA’s Larry Drew II is on a team with Colorado State’s Colton Iverson.

— Arizona’s Mark Lyons appears to have a nice squad that includes BYU forward Brandon Davies and D.J. Seeley of Cal-State Fullerton.

— Arizona State’s Carrick Felix is one of nine Pac-12 players in the tournament.

— Former Arizona guard Lamont ‘MoMo’ Jones is one of the stars on a team led by former NBA great Antoine Walker.

Comments | Topics: Abdul Gaddy, Aziz N'Diaye, Portsmouth Invitational Tournament

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